Living in a small community you might know some of our staff really well, but there are others who commute to work, or live outside your immediate vicinity that you only ever encounter when you call into one of our branches.
Have you ever wondered what brought them to work at Pringles Crouch? Or have you ever wondered what they get up to when they finish for the day and head home? This is particularly true at Crystal Brook. With staff who live in Jamestown, Port Pirie Laura, Port Broughton, Brinkworth, Georgetown, Nelshaby as well as Crystal Brook the possibilities are almost endless.
While most of the staff volunteer through many local organisations in some capacity, CFS volunteers are a feature of the workforce at Crystal Brook.
Brayden Irrgang, Matt Fejo, Adrian Green and Malcolm Hill all give their time to various CFS brigades in the region. Adrian with 23 years of experience volunteers with the Crystal Brook & Brinkworth brigade, Matt has been with the Georgetown Brigade for one year and Braydon joined the Jamestown Brigade three years ago, but due to his father being a trainer for CFS and his mother a former volunteer, he has been involved a lot longer than those three years.
Car technician Malcolm Hill is not only a CFS life member, past captain and current lieutenant of the Crystal Brook CFS with over 37 years of involvement, he is also captain of the Port Pirie Rifle Club. He regularly coaches and competes for his club, but over the last 6-8 years has lent his expertise and support to several state level rifle teams traveling to most capital cities in Australia for state competitions. Malcolm’s schedule can get very busy! ‘I’m grateful that Pringles Crouch are flexible so I can not only take time off for competitions, but I can also attend fires when I need to’ he said.
You can find more information on the Rifles SA website or talk to Malcolm about how to get involved in the local club.